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DIY Wooden Nursery Letters
By: Jessica Wilde
Category: General Crafts
Products Used:  
Mod Podge

At craft stores, you can buy pre-cut wood letters for about $2 a letter. I got mine already pre-painted white which is what I wanted. You can get an unfinished version as well and paint it yourself.
I picked out scrapbook paper to match the theme and colors of Lily's nursery.
I turned the letter over, and traced the shape on the wrong side of the scrapbook paper. I cut out the shape, and used Mod Podge to secure it to my letters. Never used Mod Podge? Just use a sponge paint brush to brush the Mod Podge over the letter as a "glue". Put the paper on top, making sure to line up the edges. Paint another layer over the top of the paper to finish and seal. That's it! You're done!
In less than 1/2 an hour you can have your own personalized monogram wood letters for your child's room or nursery!
You can find this tutorial and more at www.utahcountymom.com

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